Dispute Resolution

Semester 2

Total number of hours : 20


This course primarily aims to examine the theories, practices and processes of conflict analysis, and dispute resolution.

The outcome for anyone who attends the course is that students obtain a preliminary understanding of the different facets of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

The primary aim will be to offer legal practitioners of all jurisdictions a first looks at conflict resolution outside the traditional Court setting. There will be a focus on Expert Determination.

There are 3 components to the assessment:
1. Class participation (10% of the mark) ; and
2. A learning journal (30% of the mark); and
3. A written exam (60% of the mark).

Further information

Teacher : Tunde Ogunseitan, FCIArb